With rioting near Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles and Chicago White Sox will play Wednesday at Camden Yards in what is believed to be the first game without fans in Major League Baseball's history, WCBS Sports Anchor Otis Livingston explains.
A high school Washington teacher is being called a hero after tackling a student who fired two shots into the air while on the school's grounds.
CBSNews.com repoter Ines Novacic went inside the neighborhoods in Baltimore most affected by the riots on Monday night.
Prosecutors in the trial of James Holmes face a legal challenge unique to Colorado -- proving Holmes was not insane when he shot and killed 12 people in a movie theater. CBS News Legal analyst Rikki Klieman has more.
Jonny Lee Miller, star of CBS' "Elementary" will be running 50 miles in what is called an 'ultra marathon.' He is doing it to help bring awareness to a rare disease that afflicts children called Sanfilippo Syndrome. Miller talked to CBSN about the cause.
Mountaineer Paul Greenan was at base camp on Mt. Everest when he and his climbing team were engulfed by an avalanche triggered by the earthquake that struck Nepal. Greenan spoke with CBS News correspondent Seth Doane about the terrifying moments on the mountain.
Facing lengthened drought, Gov. Jerry Brown recommended a hefty fine for residents and businesses caught wasting water
Just hours before he was scheduled to be put to death, Robert Pruett got a reprieve as his appeals are considered
4/28: Baltimore calms after night of violence; police presence increased; American veterans reflect on their return to Vietnam
Toya Graham, who was captured on video smacking her teen-age son for participating in a riot in Baltimore, says she was "shocked" to see her son in the crowd; 40 years ago this Thursday, America's war in Vietnam ended.
40 years after the fall of Saigon, American veterans revisit a turbulent time in their own -- and America's -- past
The "Big Yellow Taxi" singer was found unconscious in March and now cannot make medical decisions on her own, according to a court filing
Poverty, unemployment and poor relations with police have caused mistrust and anger among the city's residents
Toya Graham, the mom who was seen angrily reprimanding her son for throwing rocks at the police, explains why she smacked her son in a video that went viral. Watch more of her interview on "CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley" Tuesday night and "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday for a live interview.
1988 World Series champ vows to meet health challenge with "determination and unwavering intensity"
Retired neurosurgeon and possible 2016 GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson joins CBSN with his reactions to the ongoing protests in Baltimore.
Woman captured on viral video explains why she lashed out at her son in an exclusive interview with CBS News
Kris Beall among three people confirmed killed after powerful storms capsized boats; three others still missing
CBS News correspondent Chip Reid is on the ground in Baltimore, the day after violent protests broke out following the funeral of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Gray died while in police custody.
Defense says stories like the one about the pregnant woman whose husband got shot in the face are not necessary because he has all but admitted guilt
Game against the White Sox will be played "without fan admittance in order to minimize safety concerns," the league says